Hugh Jackman was on Good Morning America yesterday talking about his new Broadway play, The River. One of the interesting parts of the interview was about how his team and producer are making sure pricing allows anyone that wants to see the show will not have to worry about scalpers.
This is Part 2 of the log I’m keeping about Google Glass. Click here to read Part 1. Captain’s Log No. 3 Google Glass travels from Portland, Oregon, to Buckhorn, California. Remote home in Sierra Nevada mountain range has no cell phone service. Relied on cable Wi-Fi router
With its new project named Neo-Ticketing, The Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture wants to find out if it will sell more tickets, if guests will get better deals, and if artists will earn more. The project recently received a £122,877 (US$198,701) grant by the Digital R&D Fu
The first Stage Management Day took place last year on October 10. It’s being held again this year on the same day, but renamed the International Stage Management Day due to its popularity worldwide. “Last year, as it turned out, Stage Management Day captured the imagination of
UK Theatre just announced the nominees for the 2014 UK Theatre Awards. Established in 2005, the awards recognize successful management in performing arts organizations throughout the United Kingdom. This year’s nominees include: The Renee Stepham Award for Best Presentation of T